Z94.12.7 Welding

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DEPOSITED METAL. Filler metal that has been added during a welding operation.

DEPOSITION EFFICIENCY. The ratio of the weight of deposited metal to the net weight of electrodes consumed, exclusive of stubs.

DEPOSITION RATE. The weight of metal deposited in a unit of time.

DEPTH OF FUSION. The distance that fusion extends into the base metal or previous pass from the surface melted during welding.

DIP BRAZING. A brazing process in which the heat required is furnished by a molten chemical or metal bath. When a molten chemical bath is used, the bath may act as a flux.  When a molten metal bath is used, the bath provides the filler metal.

 

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